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WTB paper shell sizer

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by farwest, Sep 24, 2009.

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  1. farwest

    farwest TS Member

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    I am in need of a good used paper shell sizer an elect. one that heats up to warm up the wax and resize the shell
     
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    The Herters reloading press had "hot" reconditioners too.. I'll look and see if I still have one..
     
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    I have one . What are they worth?
     
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    I have one that is for a 12 gauge. The cord has been replaced, but it does heat up. Don't know how hot they are supposed to get. The price will be right. You PM me an address, I'll send it to you and when it gets there you send me actual shipping plus $2.00.
     
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    Usually it's just a matter of getting the moisture out of them. Try standing them on a cookie sheet and warming them in the oven for 20-30 minutes.

    Back when paper shells were what one loaded, someone once quipped that any shell loaded more than three days ago was going to be oversized.
     
  6. farwest

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    Hay oldstuff
    please send me your email and I will send you my address for the shell resizer
    thank you
    forrest
     
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